October 14, 2007

Peaches, Lots of Peaches




In the photo above, you are looking at the harvest we have in our Peach tree this year, which we harvested last September 2007. This whole bunch of peaches all came from one single tree. I never really counted each one of them to fill my curiosity of total pieaces harvested, but the photo shows five (5) full container of peaches, some other full containers did not make it to the picture taking, and a lot more peaches were eaten by the birds, and some fell on the ground that we had to throw away. It is very amazing how one piece of seed, then grown into a tree, can produce so much bountiful healthy fruits like this one. The price of each piece of peach could easily be around $0.50 to $0.75. Seeing our tree bear fruit like this is truly amazing, and i will be eating healthy for days, and also saving money by not buying peaches in the store for a little bit.





3 comments:

Marie said...

Wow! If only you are near, I would have then buy some peaches from you. That's way better from the stores coz you just harvested them. I'm glad you have a peach tree there.

JAZEVOX said...

they are all canned now, we have no way of eating all of them, so we preserve most of them

Waliz said...

wht a beautiful fruit..i wish i can plant peach tree but our climate is not suitable..i only eat peach frm the can..

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